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Taken 2

All you need to know is a two-time driving test flunkie manages some major maneuvers behind the wheel. That's how dumb this sequel is.

  • Christa Banister |
  • October 05, 2012 |
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Taking Lives

“Taking Lives” is a creepy movie that fully deserves its R-rating. And it’s obvious it's not for kids. But even adults must ask themselves whether these images of fear and death should be given access to roam our hearts and minds.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • March 19, 2004 |
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Taking of Pelham 123, The (2009)

The Taking of Pelham 123, a remake of a 1974 film that starred Walter Matthau and Robert Shaw, has two solid lead performances from Denzel Washington and John Travolta but suffers from certain excesses common to modern-day action films.

 
Taking Woodstock

By the end of Taking Woodstock, despite some worthy craftsmanship, this look at how Woodstock came to be actually has the inverse effect of its likely intent: less historically significant without much of a story to tell.

 
Tale of Despereaux, The

The Tale of Despereaux is fitfully delightful, and should satisfy most audiences. It’s not a perfect movie, and it departs from Kate DiCamillo’s book in some important ways. But overall, the story’s power translates well enough to be recommended.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 19, 2008 |
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Taliesin Jones

A small miracle, a film that depicts the complexities of faith from the point of view of a young protagonist, pulling it off with dignity, grace and great acting.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • December 03, 2001 |
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Talk to Me

In Talk to Me, Don Cheadle’s character’s slogan is “keep it real.” And while many critics are crying for “realness” in movies, I’m hoping the pendulum is allowed to swing back to the middle with realness that doesn’t barrage with clutter (sex, violence, language, nudity) that’s hard to erase.

 
Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby

Ultimately kind to its simpleminded characters, and all demographics represented. Unfortunately, the movie has decided that you can’t be funny without also being over-the-top vulgar. Too bad, since Talladega could have been one of 2006’s funniest.

 
Tammy

Amusing, but difficult to endorse. A good message on taking responsibility for a lousy lot in life is lost in a lack of good taste.

 
Tangled

Disney's update of the Rapunzel story confirms that the studio isn't ready to completely cede its reputation as a maker of solid family-oriented films.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • November 24, 2010 |
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Ted

Just when you think movies can't possibly get any dumber, Hollywood goes and outdoes itself with the R-rated comedy Ted.

 
Temptation: Confessions of a Marriage Counselor

A film so poorly plotted that it makes anything featuring Perry’s obnoxious Madea seem downright genius in comparison.

 
Ten, The

Even if you can get past all the blasphemy and disturbing sexual themes that form the bedrock of the “commandments” in The Ten, there’s simply nothing here. It doesn’t convey any message—save that anyone who believes in the Ten Commandments is an idiot.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • August 17, 2007 |
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Terminal, The

The excellent acting, directing, cinematography, set, story and strong moral overtones of this film work together to provide satisfying summer fare. “The Terminal” is a breath of fresh air which is greatly appreciated in the cinematic summer heat.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • June 18, 2004 |
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Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines

Most anyone and everyone who enjoys sci-fi and/or action movies has seen or heard of Arnold Schwarzenegger's roles in the "Terminator" movies. "T3" continues the theme of machines pitted against man in a war for survival and yes ... this one is just as intense, violent and filled with action as the other two.

 
Terminator Salvation

This latest Terminator is full of action-movie clichés—acceptable by action-movie sequel standards—but it's a hollow, mechanical film that advances a story without expanding the underlying themes in any significant way.

 
Texas Rangers

The year is 1875, and Texas is a land without justice, vulnerable to renegade outlaws who pillage towns, murder townspeople and steal cattle. A small group of Texas rangers protect and defend the people against the a ruthless tyrant.

 
That Awkward Moment

Hard to care much about any of the lazy, libidinous characters, especially when so much time is spent on the least interesting of them.

  • Christian Hamaker |
  • January 31, 2014 |
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That's My Boy

The newest Adam Sandler film plunges not only to new depths of witless stupidity but out-and-out depravity.

 
Then She Found Me

Celebrates the arbitrary nature of relationships and delves into the bond of motherhood through adoption.

  • Annabelle Robertson |
  • September 04, 2008 |
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